I agree with you on some of this. But in the last sentences, let's remember that those who hold to Jesus and reject Judaism are Christians - like you. They agree that Judaism provided a way to heaven for a while. But, now that is gone - leaving Judaism empty. The Abrahamic religions can not be united until they resolve the most significant issues between Abrahamic faiths - who is Jesus and how does one avoid hell. As you quoted: "Jesus asked his remaining Disciples if they would leave too, Peter responded, "To whom shall we go. Thou hast the words of eternal life." Peter was a Christian - a follower of Christ. He KNEW Judaism was dead. That's what Jesus preached.